Daniel Dubois proved his might by winning the Commonwealth Heavyweight title. The boxer who is said to have a style like Mike Tyson won a TKO victory in the first round over Ebenezer Tetteh at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England, on Saturday (27/9).
The win saw the 22-year-old boxer, who won the British title in his last fight last July, extend his perfect record to 13-0. Dubois stopped 11 of his 12 opponents with a knockout.
The only opponent who escaped his death blow was Kevin Johnson (who had also fought Joshua, Fury, Derek Chisora, Andy Ruiz, and Vitali Klitschko)
Dubois beat Tetteh right from the start of the first round with the right hook which knocked him down. After Tetteh rose again, Dubois continued with a left-right combination, before the referee immediately stopped the fight.
The TKO victory confirms the figure of Dubois who will damage the Heavyweight boxing map which is currently dominated by Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder, and Tyson Fury. A record of 13 times unbeaten makes Dubois the best young boxer by Club Boxing Writers.
Dubois became the fourth heavyweight boxer to win the award and the first since Frank Bruno in 1985.